This page will be updated over time for anything of note, but captures initial usage impressions in field use with the TVC-24L an TVC-34L, the taller two models of the lineup.
See also the Minor Glitches page.
I found that the rubber feet were highly effective both on granite as well as on soft and loose material and sand and mound, more so than the feet I’ve used for years on my Gitzo tripods.
The large surface area provided by the rubber feet is superior to the narrow feet on my Gitzo, which tend to sink into mud and similar.
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